Alexis Sanchez (Manchester United) –

Sanchez’s outstanding record at Wembley defies a price longer than many of his attacking colleagues.

The Chilean’s winner against Spurs in this season's semi-final continued a pattern that has seen him score in every FA Cup game he has played at the national stadium, including two finals with Arsenal.

Chelsea have only kept one clean sheet away from Stamford Bridge since the middle of January, against Swansea, so Sanchez should have plenty of chances to extend that remarkable run.

Bertrand Traore (Lyon) –

A front three of Memphis Depay, Nabil Fekir and Traore has spearheaded a run of 20 goals in six matches for Lyon, and the latter is worth backing to extend his recent streak against Nice.

The Chelsea loanee has netted six goals in six matches, and is available at a better price than either of his two attacking team-mates.

Nice have only kept two clean sheets in their last 10, so could easily be the victims of another Lyon onslaught.

Tim Matavz (Vitesse Arnheim) -

Vitesse Arnheim have scored a whopping 27 goals in seven matches, and Matavz is a good bet to help them add to those numbers on Saturday.

The 29-year-old has scored seven goals during that run, including in away games against two top-seven clubs, and should benefit from what will be a high-scoring match at FC Utrecht.

The hosts have conceded 22 goals in 10 games, including three in Wednesday’s first leg between these two.


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